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Minnesota: A History of the State

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Contents

Minnesota: A History of the State

Second Edition

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Table of Contents

1 - LAND WATER AND TIME
2 - THE REDMEN THROUGH MANY MOONS
3 - THE FRENCH LOOK WEST
4 - MINNESOTA AND NEW FRANCE
5 - THE BRITISH AND A LAKESIDE EMPORIUM
6 - THE AMERICANS BUILD FORT SNELLING
7 - UNDER THE AMERICAN FLAG
8 - TRIBAL FEUDS AND A FUR BARONY
9 - PREACHERS WORD HUNTERS TEACHERS
10 - THE GREEN TREE OF EMPIRE
11 - BRAVE NEW PIONEER WORLD
12 - A STATE IS BORN
13 - MINNESOTA AND THE CIVIL WAR
14 - THE SIOUX GO ON THE WARPATH
15 - POSTWAR CHANGE
16 - WITH AX AND SAW
17 - DUAL DOMAIN
18 - RED EARTH IRON MEN AND TACONITE
19 - LAND AND IDEAS IN TRANSITION
20 - EDUCATION MOVES AHEAD
21 - TOWARD SOCIAL MATURITY
22 - PEACE TURBULENCE AND WAR
23 - THE ADVANCING ARTS
24 - THE THEATER AND THE BOOK WORLD
25 - DEPRESSION READJUSTMENT AND WAR
26 - CHANGING MODERN SCENES
27 - SOCIAL CURRENTS POLITICS AND PROBLEMS
FOR FURTHER READING
INDEX
"A STATE THAT WORKS" by Russell W Fridley

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  • ''[[Space: Minnesota: A History of the State| Minnesota: A History of the State]]'' (University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1975), [ Page ].
  • <ref>[[#Minnesota: A History of the State|Minnesota: A History of the State]]</ref>




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